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Star Wars

Author:  GSLC

Materials needed:
As many Nerf balls as possible, rope to use as a divider, 2 pool
noodles, 2 poly-spots

Divide the playing space in half with the rope. Each team has one Jedi
knight (with a light saber [pool noodle]), a star base (poly-spot), and
many death stars (Nerf balls). At the start, both teams rush to the
dividing line, gather as many death stars as possible and begin hurling
them at their opponents. If a death star hits a player, they become
frozen immediately. If a player catches a death star, the thrower
becomes frozen instead. A player can only get back in the game if they
are touched by the light saber of the team's Jedi knight. In order to “save” a frozen team player,
the Jedi must leave his star base, hopping on one leg to the frozen player and tap him with the
light saber. As long as the Jedi is back on the star base, he is safe. If a death star hits him, he is
frozen for good. The team who has players left standing and not frozen is the winner.

References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2006
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